Starters are important. Aren't they? Marinate some chicken beforehand and make some Reshmi Kebab
Biryani needs no further introduction. A complete meal itself, Biryani is love. Be it Mutton Biryani, or Chicken Biryani or Beef Biryani and even Veg Biryani, it will work amazingly amazingly as part of the big fat 31st December's house party
Well, Phulkopir Singara is a winter delicacy. This famous samosa is stuffed with cauliflower, potato, raisin and cashew nut stuffing and then slow-fried.
Perfect companion for Mutton Biryani, Chicken Chaap is a delectable Mughlai delicacy which you can cook very easily at home
Cooked with coconut milk and selected Indian spices, the Indian Pork Meatball Curry is perfect for the Christmas feast. You can keep a few meatballs separated to be served as a starter as well.
Indian Rice Kheer needs no further introduction. However, if you can source some Patali gur aka nolen gur aka Date palm jaggery from Indian or Bengali stores, you can make another version of it, Patali gurer payesh aka Notun Gurer Payesh. This delicacy is one of its kind and a must have.
True blue Indian Gajar ka halwa for sure works if you are making an Indian feast. Source some fresh Carrot, milk, nuts, ghee etc. and slow cook to make the mouth-watering Halwa to finish the meal.
Tastes almost like the traditional Christmas cake however, we use some ingredients that makes the Indian Christmas cake aka Plum cake special. Do try to make it and let me know how you like it!
Mutton slow-cooked for hours, at times with big fat chunks of potato and selected spices following the Indian way is heavenly. Serve it with hot steamed rice or Roti and see how the family and guests are enjoying the subtle flavor of Indian Mutton Curry.